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Your personal genome


There is a proliferation of interest from the general public in personal genome sequencing.

Although we do know that one’s genome contains an enormous amount of information, there are very few instances where this knowledge has a clear predictive quality that can be used for preventative action on a routine basis.

This piece from author David Ng, nicely skewers the vanity aspect of personal genome testing.

As a curiosity that we hope to be able to decode in the future, to determine if you are the love child of Frank Sinatra or even if you are a distant cousin, go right ahead.



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